Another Beach Cleanup on 17th August 2021 at Ao Nang Beach Krabi Thailand
We found lots of single use plastics forks, spoons, plates, Styrofoam, Diapers, plastic bottles, one filled with oil and lots of face-masks.
Around 20kg in total.
What’s the Problem?
Man-made plastic and microplastics have killed many marine and land animals. Accidental swallowing and tangling! Unfortunately, nobody feels responsible for this! The animals either starve to death or can no longer fly or swim freely.
Plastic needs hundreds of years to disappear if at all!
It kills Marine Life due to ingestion and entanglement
Micro plastics are responsible for many Marine Life and land animal death! Due to accidental swallowing and entanglemnt! They either end up starving to death or aren’t able to fly or swim freely anymore.
We almost do daily Beach cleanups to remove rubbish and plastic from the beach! We collect usually around 20Kg per day. Which makes around 600kg per month and 7200 Kg a year!
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